Katharina Schüddekopf learns of arrests
I learned about the incident as such during a quiet assignment [Note 1] in the Romance [neo-Latin] seminar. [Male] students told me that leaflets had been distributed, and that in that context, two male students and 1 female student had been arrested. [Note 2]
Note 1: Stille Arbeit. In other words, not in a classroom or lecture hall.
Note 2: The second male student was not Christoph Probst, but rather the Count. He had no connection with the White Rose and was released the same day.
Source: Initial interrogation of Katharina Schüddekopf, March 23, 1943